Supreme Court ruling: You need ID to buy beer, but not to register to vote
by Mike Adams
Monday, June 17, 2013
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that Arizona’s state law requiring potential voters to show proof of citizenship while registering to vote is illegal. The court ruled that Arizona, like every other state, cannot add ID requirements to the federal voter registration form which simply asks the person to check a checkbox to indicate whether they are a citizen. No proof of citizenship is required, anywhere across America, to register to vote.
As the LA Times reports, “The Supreme Court threw out an Arizona law Monday and by a surprisingly lopsided vote, ruling state officials may not demand a proof of citizenship from residents who register to vote.”
This may come as a shock to those who thought the U.S. elections process was fair and just. But here’s why it’s all being engineered this way: The federal government, which has been caught conspiring against conservative groups via the IRS, intentionally wants as many non-citizens as possible to register to vote. This is how the democratic party expects to win future elections. Their strategy is rooted in voter registration fraud, which is why no proof of citizenship is required. They call it a “voting rights” issue, laughing off camera at the fact that they are helping huge numbers of people who have no right to vote in America — because they aren’t Americans — still vote in elections.
Remember: If UN election observers ever came to watch a U.S. election, they would call the outcome complete fraud. Nearly everywhere else around the world, voters are required to show their ID when registering to vote. This is essential to the integrity of elections, making it a key civil rights protection for all citizens. Without an ID being required, the door is open for massive voter fraud. That’s exactly what keeps happening, year after year, in the USA… and it’s happening by design.
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